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Sergio Darío Padilla Abarca
Didáctica y Evaluación de las Competencias Comunicativas
Communicative Competence
Teaching Goals and Methods
This paper outlines the goals and methodsthat characterize language teaching in colleges and universities in the United States, and provides guidelines for implementing those methods in our very own classroom.
We are going to talk aboutCommunicative competence and that is made up of four Competence areas like linguistic, sociolinguistic, discourse, and strategic competence. So the main goal in communicative competence would be efficiencythat learners should be able to make themselves understood, using their current proficiency to the fullest. They should try to avoid confusion in the message avoid offending communication partners;and to use strategies for recognizing and managing communication breakdowns.
We all have heard so many different ways to teach a second language but we are going to know what Learner-centeredInstruction is and how it works and how studens can become very enthusiastic when learning a language as a L2 is tought.
Goal: Communicative Competence
Method: Learner-centered InstructionGuidelines Instruction

Goal: Communicative Competence
Language teaching in the United States is based on the idea that the goal of language acquisition is communicative competence: theability to use the language correctly and appropriately to accomplish communication goals. The desired outcome of the language learning process is the ability to communicate competently, not the ability touse the language exactly as a native speaker does.
Communicative competence is made up of four competence areas: linguistic, sociolinguistic, discourse, and strategic.
• Linguistic competence isabout how to use the grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of a language. Linguistic competence asks: What words do I use? How do I put them into phrases and sentences?
• Sociolinguistic competence...